A Writer’s Typical Day: My Day! Your Day! “May Day!”

Watch to the end!

Note from the Wicked Witch of Publishing: This was swiped from Bill Liversidge’s blog, The View from The Pundy House, in Scotland.

9 Responses to “A Writer’s Typical Day: My Day! Your Day! “May Day!””

  1. The curmudgeon Says:

    That is a very sick animation. Hardly the thing one would expect from a yummie person.

  2. Lynne Says:

    Yes, but I am still laughing.

  3. Cathy West Says:

    My kids think this is absolutely hilarious. I remember the first time they showed it to me, some months ago now. How mortified I was to see my perfect little angels laughing quite devilishly at this animation that I am sure belongs on the best seller list under the category of “Entertaining Psychotic People.”

    But I have to admit, after watching it a couple of times…
    - sheepishly backing out of the room -
    (Fit of giggles heard in background).

  4. Camy Tang Says:

    ROFL!!! Sick and hilarious! Working with the high school kids at church has warped my sense of humor, I guess.
    Camy

  5. Andrew O'Hara Says:

    I’ve seen it a couple of spots and do have to chuckle, more at the realization that if it were something erotic you’d be thrown off a pier.

  6. Dee Says:

    Well, some days when you’re writing, it certainly feels like the puter is sucking your blood right with it!
    Very funny!
    dee

  7. Bill Says:

    One more reason to invest in one of those keyboard spill protector doohicky thingies.

  8. Lynne Says:

    I look at this at least once a day. It inspires me!

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